Topic: jetbrains

JetBrains releases test automation IDE, Aqua

JetBrains has announced that its test automation IDE, Aqua, is now generally available. Aqua makes it easy for testers to create automated tests for UIs, APIs, and other areas of an application. Like other JetBrains IDEs, it offers code completion and code refactoring capabilities.  According to JetBrains, Aqua supports every aspect of test automation, including … continue reading

JetBrains aims to improve developer productivity with launch of IDE Services

JetBrains is attempting to make it easier for developers to manage different development tools with the release of JetBrains IDE Services.  “Due to complex environments and distributed engineering teams, enterprise customers struggle to efficiently and securely deploy and manage IDEs, AI tools, and remote environments all at once. These struggles naturally slow businesses down and … continue reading

JetBrains releases 2024.1 editions of its IDEs, adding support for local full-line autocompletion

JetBrains has announced that in the latest release of its IDEs, 2024.1, it has enabled full-line autocompletion. This is powered by AI models that run locally, which keeps data processing on device.  “We’ve developed models that run directly on your device, and the IDE verifies each suggestion,” explained Mikhail Kostyukov, product manager on the machine … continue reading

JetBrains is offering a new version of TeamCity designed for small and medium businesses

JetBrains has announced the beta for its new upcoming CI/CD service, TeamCity Pipelines. The new platform allows development teams to automate things like integrating changes into an application, testing them, and then finally delivering the updates to users.  TeamCity is an existing platform from the company, but it was targeted at large enterprises. This new … continue reading

JetBrains launches beta for new terminal in all of its IDEs

JetBrains has announced a beta for its new terminal across its IDEs, which will be an overhaul of the terminal that keeps the main functionality of the old terminal and adds newer features that improve productivity and efficiency.  Users running JetBrains IDE 2024.1 or later can switch between the new and old terminal by going … continue reading

JetBrains adds AI Assistant to all of its IDEs

JetBrains has introduced an AI Assistant in all of its IDEs, with availability in other JetBrains products expected soon.  “Empowering developers with AI-backed features supports the long-standing mission of JetBrains: to improve your experience by automating common and repetitive tasks, enabling you to stay in the flow and focus on the big picture,” said Svetlana … continue reading

JetBrains reveals its 2024 development roadmap for Kotlin Multiplatform

JetBrains is officially gearing up for new developments in its Kotlin Multiplatform tool next year, after having announced its first stable release a few weeks ago. The company just released its development roadmap for the tool for 2024.  “We’re dedicated to making Compose Multiplatform a framework that allows creating beautiful and performant applications that look … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Amper

JetBrains has been experimenting with ways to improve the development experience for developers, focusing on both project definition and tooling support. One of these projects, called Amper, is now being shared publicly for feedback.  Amper is designed as a tool to enhance the user experience of project configuration, particularly focused on aspects like building, packaging, … continue reading

JetBrains releases Kotlin Multiplatform stable version

JetBrains, the leading provider of professional software development tools, has released the stable version of Kotlin Multiplatform, a technology for sharing code among iOS, Android, desktop, web, server-side, and other platforms. It is already used by development teams at major companies, including Netflix, VMware, Cash App, McDonald’s, Electrolux, and Phillips. Released in Beta in 2022, Kotlin … continue reading

JetBrains launches new tool for creating technical documentation

JetBrains is hoping to improve the way technical documentation is created with a new tool called Writerside. Currently in an Early Access Program, Writerside is a platform for writing and collaborating on documentation, API references, tutorials, developer guides, and how-tos. It can be used as a plugin in the JetBrains IDE or as a standalone … continue reading

JetBrains now has a dedicated IDE for Rust

JetBrains, the creator of many popular IDEs, has an exciting announcement for Rust developers. RustRover is a new IDE specifically for the Rust language. Previously the only tooling available for Rust from JetBrains was IntelliJ Rust, which was a plugin for IntelliJ-based IDEs. For many years, Rust has topped the Stack Overflow Developer Survey as … continue reading

JetBrains’ code quality platform Qodana reaches general availability

JetBrains is trying to make it easier for developers to produce quality code with the release of its new platform, Qodana. Qodana is a tool that offers static code analysis and can be integrated within the CI/CD pipeline. This allows problems in code to be addressed from right within the IDE.  It currently supports over … continue reading

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